Nima Tharchen

(19/1/1989 / Bhutan)

Waiting Believing

When she felt her first love,
She dreamt of dreams undreamt of
Of you she would think and talk most of
She trusted you and believed in love
Of this feeling she would not get tired of
Of this dreamy bliss she would not want to come out of
Fate tutored her that everything ceases
Her beating heart shattered to pieces
Betrayed by the one dearest to her
Pain of a countless number
A broken heart can't be mended at any price
You broke hers not once, not twice but thrice
She would have never thought of
That love would fade off
That happiness from her would be sucked of
In love she would not have faith of

My lights were out, I would never see shine
When she said she could not be mine
I am punished for a sin that was never mine
Your friendship keeps me going for now
I am doing fine

Your broke her heart three times
That wounded her 300 times
Then why does my heart ache a million times
Because of you, in love she does not believe
Friendship is all that she offered
Friendship is all that I receive
I will love you always
I shall wait till I live
Or better yet, in love when you believe

Submitted: Sunday, October 30, 2011
Edited: Friday, June 22, 2012

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